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Karin Sham Poo, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director, addresses the Barcelona Forum 2004
BARCELONA, 14 May 2004 - UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Karin Sham Poo addresses the The Nobel Prize Laureates Meeting at the Universal Forum of Cultures (Barcelona Forum 2004), an innovative platform through which to explore and analyze the major cultural and social challenges facing the world of the 21st century.

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director to Security Council on Children and Armed Conflict
NEW YORK, 20 January 2004 - Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF today condemned the appalling violations of the rights of children in times of war. Addressing the annual Security Council meeting on children in armed conflict, she called on Council members to work harder to end the use of child soldiers, the killing and maiming of children, abductions, attacks on schools and hospitals, and sexual violence against boys and girls.

Secretary-General's message to Ministerial meeting of polio-endemic countries
NEW YORK, 15 January 2004 - The Secretary-General's video message to Ministerial meeting of polio-endemic countries on their role in ensuring global polio eradication.

Carol Bellamy in Jo'berg on Africa's orphaned generation
"We are here to sound a new and more urgent alarm over what is arguably the most neglected crisis spawned by HIV/AIDS pandemic – the plight of millions of profoundly vulnerable children who have lost one or both parents to the disease – and the long-term threat that the situation poses to peace and security, not only in sub-Saharan Africa, but worldwide...

Secretario Generalininmi Kofi Annan - Runa llahtah wawankunamanta rimarin
Remarks in the Quechua language made by United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan on 12 November 2003 in Macchu Picchu, Peru on issues affecting indigenous children

Mburuvicha Naciones Unidaspegua - Kuaaukapy mitä indigenakuéra rehegua
Remarks in the Guarani language made by the United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan on 12 November 2003 in Macchu Picchu, Peru on issues facing indigenous children.

ONU tayka tantachawina Secretario General jupana, indígena wawanakxata, arsutapa

Remarks in the Aymara language by the Secretary-General Kofi Annan on 12 November 2003 in Macchu Picchu, Peru on the need to take immediate action for indigenous  children.

United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan addresses issues of indigenous peoples
"The discrimination and marginalization faced by indigenous children is particularly disturbing.  The United Nations Children’s Fund will soon launch a report that shows the unacceptably high rated of infant mortality, and the unacceptably low levels of birth registration, vaccination and education, among indigenous communities."

Elizabeth Gibbons delivers speech to House of Commons on child poverty report
"There are those who argue that poverty and its discontents have always been with us and always will be. Yet today, the persistence and global scale of poverty - and the grotesque inequality that underlies it – is widely recognised not only as a moral outrage, but a growing threat to world peace and stability...." (21 October)

Carol Bellamy opens 2nd session of UNICEF's Executive Board
NEW YORK, 15 September 2003 - Opening statement by UNICEF Executive Director, Carol Bellamy.

Message to Fox Kids Cup finalists
Go girls! Education for every child!!

Carol Bellamy addresses the 2nd World Youth Congress
Statement to the opening session of the World Congress of Youth.

To the 1st regular 2003 session of UNICEF's Executive Board
NEW YORK, 17 January 2003 - Opening statement by UNICEF Executive Director, Carol Bellamy.

Urgent Action for Children on the Brink
Statement of Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF to the Security Council's public meeting on children in armed conflict.

Accelerating the momentum in the fight against HIV/AIDS in South Asia.
Opening address by Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF to the South Asian conference on the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Tokyo Trafficking Symposium
Remarks by Kul C. Gautam, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director at the Tokyo International Symposium on Trafficking of Children.

To the Arco Forum at Harvard's Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Address by Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF.

Changing the world with children: a 21st century agenda for human security.
Carol Bellamy addresses the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.

To the 12th Annual IHMEC Conference:Health challenges for children in world cities.
Keynote address by Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF, delivered by Edwin J. Judd, Director, Programme Division, UNICEF.

To the symposium on female genital mutilation in Berlin
Address by Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF.

What is expected from UN diplomacy now? - Seeking peace and prosperity in the 21st Century
Statement of Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of UNICEF at the symposium in Japan.

Marking Afghanistan's 2nd annual back to school launch
Carol Bellamy had planned to visit Afghanistan to mark the return to school of an expected 4 million primary school children. Due to the prevailing situation elsewhere in the region, her visit was postponed. This statement was due to have been delivered on the occasion of the Back to School 2003 launch at Amani High School.

Africa Malaria Day
Remarks by Kul C. Gautam, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director, Africa Malaria Day, Washington D.C., 25 April 2003.

"The UN Special Session on Children: The Challenge for the Future"
Kul Gautam addresses the 3rd World Congress on Child and Youth Health 2003.

"Global Health: A Challenge to Scientists"
Kul Gautam speaks on Global Health.

UNICEF Security Council presentation
Nils Kastberg reports on UNICEF’s recent experience in Iraq and its views on how the current situation is impacting children.

To the annual meeting of UNICEF's Executive Board
NEW YORK, 2 June 2003 - Opening statement by Carol Bellamy Executive Director of the the United Nations Children's Fund to the Executive Board.

Marking Afghanistan's 2nd annual back to school launch
Carol Bellamy had planned to visit Afghanistan to mark the return to school of an expected 4 million primary school children. Due to the prevailing situation elsewhere in the region, her visit was postponed. This statement was due to have been delivered on the occasion of the Back to School 2003 launch at Amani High School


 

 

 

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